Our team of endodontists uses endodontic microscopes. Endodontic procedures that were otherwise impossible to treat have become routine with the use of microscopes, which provide higher levels of magnification and illumination. The use of microscopes in endodontics has dramatically improved the specialty, allowing for consistently excellent results.
The operating microscope greatly enhances a clinician’s ability to view the tiniest details inside a patient’s tooth. By magnifying vision up to 25 times that of the naked eye, the dental microscope is useful in both diagnosis and treatment. Research demonstrates better outcomes compared to treatment without vision enhancement or magnification. Surgical microscopes were established in the year 1953, across a broad range of clinical disciplines. In dentistry the endodontic microscope has become part of the daily practise for Doctors and the academicians. The Integrated camera with the microscopes gives the patient the opportunity to be involved during the treatment as well. It also supports the working ergonomics for the practising dentist as he is able to treat the patient in an upright position. Its other uses are in Periodontology and restorative procedures. Thus with the dental microscope, the procedures can be performed with greater accuracy, more reliably, and its features can be used to manage different and complicated clinical presentations of the tooth.